Consumers to pay Rs1.46 more per unit for July under FCA Nepra decides

The power distribution companies have been allowed by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) to charge an extra Rs1.46 per unit to consumers for the fuel charges adjustment (FCA) for July in their bills for this month.

The regulator said that this was done under a law that regulates the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power. The FCA will not apply to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS) and lifeline consumers. The power distribution companies will show the FCA separately in the consumers’ bills based on the units they used in July 2023. The FCA will be reflected in the bills for September 2023, according to the NEPRA notification.

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